Booroomooka Angus held its 94th annual bull sale at Bingara on Friday, selling all 211 bulls on offer for a 100 per cent clearance, the sale averaged $6156 with two bulls selling to the top price of $14,000.
With 112 registered bidders, spread across Queensland and New South wales, bidding was fierce and the results were strong.
Speaking after the sale Booroomooka stud principal Sinclair Munro was happy with the solid results of the sale and ecstatic with clearing all bulls on offer.
The first bull to hit $14,000 was 24-month-old Booroomooka Nicconi N139 sired by Ayrvale Bartel E7 and out of Booroomooka Wander L222, weighing in at 862 kilograms with a scrotal of 42 centimeters.
He was purchased by Scott Myers on behalf of Stephen Dunne, Myanga Angus stud, Chatsbury. Mr Myers manages Myanga Angus, the bull was picked for his figures and phenotype. He will be a complete outcross for the stud.
The second bull to make $14,000 was 24-month-old Booroomooka Prophet N117 by G A R Prophet and out of Booroomooka Untouched A8, weighing in at 898kg with a scrotal of 42cm, he was purchased by Dave Sweeney and Mitchell Gibson, Highview Stock co, Fullham, Purlewaugh.
Highview run a commercial Angus operation and were excited with the purchase of the new bull.
The bulk buyer of the day was Michael Gallagher, Plumthorpe Pastoral, Barraba, who purchased a total of 12 bulls for an average of $7000 and two bulls at a top of $9000.
The sale was conducted by Davidson Cameron and Co with online support from Auction Plus.
Read the full report in next weeks edition of The Land